Why the electric car will break through this year

Joachim De Vos electric car

It must be the slowest trend of the last decade. For years, mobility experts, trend watchers and policy makers have been announcing that we will all be driving electric cars in the near future.

It must be the slowest trend of the last decade. For years, mobility experts, trend watchers and policy makers have been announcing that we will all be driving electric cars in the near future.

It must be the slowest trend of the last decade. For years, mobility experts, trend watchers and policy makers have been announcing that we will all be driving electric cars in the near future.Our CEO Joachim De Vos explains why the e electric car will break through this year.
Read the article online: https://lnkd.in/dsX5sdk (in Dutch)

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